Brad Kearns, 53, is a New York Times bestselling author, Guinness World Record holding Speedgolfer and top-20 world-ranked professional, and former national champion and #3 world-ranked professional triathlete. He works with Mark Sisson to promote the Primal Blueprint lifestyle with books, seminars, retreats, and online multimedia educational courses. In 2017, The Keto Reset Diet became New York Times bestseller, and #1 ranked overall bestselling book on amazon.com for two days.
Brad hosts the Get Over Yourself podcast, covering healthy living, peak performance, and personal growth with levity and a little spice. He also hosts the Primal Endurance Podcast, the keto show on the Primal Blueprint Podcast, and the comprehensive online multimedia educational courses that bring the books Primal Endurance, The Keto Reset Diet, and the Primal Blueprint 21-Day Total Body Transformation to life with a series of instructional videos and expert interviews that provide an immersive educational experience.
In 2018, Brad twice broke the Guinness World Record for the fastest single hole of golf ever played (minimum hole length of 500 yards). Playing with a single club (3-wood) and sprinting full speed between shots, Brad played a 503-yard hole in 1 minute, 38 seconds, scoring a birdie four. Brad is 3-time top-20 finisher in the World Professional Speedgolf Championships. He placed third in the 2017 California Professional Speedgolf Championships, shooting 78 on a championship course in 47 minutes for a Speedgolf score (adding together strokes and minutes) of 125.
During his nine-year career as a triathlete, Kearns was one of the world’s top ranked professionals, amassing 30 wins worldwide on the pro circuit. Career highlights include a remarkable streak of seven victories in a row (’91-’92), a world duathlon series championship, two national triathlon championships, and a #3 world ranking in 1991. Kearns is the last American professional male to place in the top-5 in the ITU World Championships (1992) and still holds the Hawaii Ironman 24&under age division American record at 8:57 (1989).
In 2016 at the age of 51, Brad high jumped 5’5″ (1.65m) at a high jump practice session. This exceeds the All-American standard for 50-54 age group and matches a top-10 national rank performance. At 50, he ran a 400-meter effort in 59.8. – running in the 50s, in his 50s!